The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education’s innovative National Family Medicine Residency (NFMR) is proud to be affiliated with HealthSource of Ohio in New Richmond, Ohio.
Rotations for our residents include the HealthSource of Ohio New Richmond Family Practice and Mercy’s Anderson Hospital, along with inpatient rotations at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. Training opportunities at HealthSource of Ohio include primary and specialty care services including oral health, sports medicine, behavioral health, OB/GYN and pediatrics.
HealthSource of Ohio is a private, not-for-profit Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) training environment and Federally Qualified Community Health Center (FQHC) which offers primary healthcare services including medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmacy to the communities in Adams, Brown, Clermont, Clinton, Fayette, Hamilton, Highland and Warren counties. With more than 58,000 patients and 200,000 annual patient visits, members of the HealthSource of Ohio team, as well as our residents, share a sense of commitment to provide a unique and comprehensive approach to healthcare that will produce healthier families and healthier communities.
We also continue to utilize technology to foster collaborative and remote learning opportunities within our NFMR. Our learners share their Community-Oriented Primary Care research projects and participate in didactics opportunities with other NFMR residents across the country on a consistent basis throughout the year.
Michael Dietz, DO
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"At The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education, I can strike a balance between work and family life. I feel I have become part of the community."
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"I chose The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education because of its small-town program and community-focused environment. I'm excited to be somewhere I can make a difference."